Sharon Stepman was born in New York City and lives and works both in New York and Italy. She attended the Art Students League as a student of George Grosz, and the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence, with Primo Conti. She continued her studies at NYU taking advantage of the master program at ICP where she discovered the art form of photography, giving a different direction to her work. Using subjects from daily life she challenges reality, where foreground and background become flat space.

Her images are in many private collections in Europe, Israel and the U.S. as well as the MoMA, in NY and the Boboli Gardens, Palazzo Pitti, in Florence.


2016 Insecta, Central Booking, New York – group show
2015 Forward Thinking Museum,
2014 SubmitArtImages: Holga Inspired, Colorado,
2012 San Diego, California San Diego Art Museum
2012 Brooklyn, NY United Photo Industries “A thin line between love and hate” group show
2011 Paris, France Galleri Foretverte – group show
2010 Paris, France “Art Noire” plushed by biroediteur + exhibitions
2009 Paris, France published by Biro Editeur “KB7 Nombres de zero a onze (number 8)
2008 Batislava, Slovakia -projection of portfolio during review
2007 Paris, France published by Biro Editeur “New York Transfer” written by Jake Lamar
2007 Paris, France, gallerie 77 – “New York Transfer”
2005-06 Venice, Italy, Rossella Junck Gallery – “Boboli Gardnes”
2005 Berlin, Germany, Rossella Junck Gallery – “Boboli Gardens”
2005 Venice, Italy, Rossella Junck Gallery – “New York Transfer”
2004 Florence, Italy, Palazzo Pitti -” Is Green Transparent”
2002 New York City, MOMA – “Life of the City”
2002 Brooklyn, NY. Kentler International Drawing Space-“Peace”
2000 Brooklyn, NY, Kentler International Drawing Space- “small works”